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The Salesman / Le Vendeur (Version française)


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  • Actors: Gilbert Sicotte
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: French
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: March 6 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006ZUMMWS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,378 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Marcel Lévesque, a quick-witted car salesman nearing retirement, lives to sell. He has been salesman of the month for the last sixteen years at the dealership where he has spent his career, in a declining industrial town in Lac Saint-Jean, where it's cold enough to scare away the tourists and buying a car sometimes seems completely absurd. There's just one thing on his mind: getting his beloved Detroit rides off the lot. Marcel Lévesque is a salesman from a bygone era, a man who learned his trade by telling tales - "fibs dressed up with flowers" - and making his customers happy. But a tragedy will change everything for this peddler of dreams.

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Marcel Lévesque, un habile et facétieux vendeur d’automobiles en fin de carrière ne vit que pour trois choses: son travail, sa fille unique Maryse, et son petit-fils Antoine. Il est le meilleur vendeur du mois depuis des années chez le concessionnaire où il a passé sa vie, dans une petite ville mono-industrielle en déclin. Durant un hiver qui n’en finit plus, et pendant que l’usine de pâtes et papiers vit une autre fermeture temporaire, Marcel Lévesque ne pense qu’à sortir ses américaines chéries de la cour enneigée. Un jour, le vendeur fait la rencontre de François Paradis, un travailleur de l’usine au chômage… Un film qui parle de l’homme aliéné, de culpabilité, de religion et de vente automobile.

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Expédition rapide, produit excellent état; quoi que film TRÈS poche!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mathieu P on July 23 2013
Je comprends que la distribution coûte chère et tout mais peut-être que les réalisateurs québécois se plaindraient moins s'ils arrivaient à faire baisser le prix des dvd/blu-ray ? Je veux bien encourager le cinéma Québécois mais là... 24$ un blu-ray... on se croirait en 2002. Je veux pas encourager Pierre-Carle péladeau avec archambault ni club vidéotron alors je me tournes vers amazon mais je peux pas investir 28$ avec les taxes de Harper et Pauline pour un film que je sais même pas s'il est bon... arriver en ville distributeur du Québec. 10$ c'est la limite pour un film de un an ou 2.
Je veux acheter Camion aussi mais c'est impossible, trop chère. Réveillez-vous.
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Five Stars July 13 2014
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Moving character study of a Quebec car salesman whole life is not as simple as he might think.


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